There has been a considerable increase in the renewable energy installed capacity since 2015. Currently, the RE installed capacity in India is 78 GW.
Generation of renewable sources has been unstable & infirm due to its natural characteristics resulting in irregular load on the electricity grid.
In the past five years the price of renewable energy has decreased drastically, from 5.05 Rs/kWh in 2014 to 2.44 Rs/kWh in 2017 for solar
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Over the last decade, there has been a 5.4% increase in the modern renewables (wind, solar) and a 2.3% increase in the combined renewables including traditional biomass.
India has a strong market for solar thermal applications, with installations of solar thermal collectors up approximately 25%
India is among the five countries to announce their intention to ban the sale of diesel & petrol cars by 2030 along with Netherlands & Slovenia.
The state of Delhi in India supply both light & heavy rail with renewable electricity.